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Comment Re:Don't blame him, thank him. (Score -1, Flamebait) 309 309

it's a very good thing the ipv4 address space is 32-bit... without that limitation, the required hardware routers and switches required to make the internet word would have been too expensive to be feasible at the time.

the investors have recovered their investments, given time to build a surplus, and are now ready to place the ipv6 routers, which have come down in cost to an affordable $10M+ each, throughout the globe.

Comment Re:NOW FIXED =/= FIX NOW AVAILABLE (Score 0) 89 89

you're being WRONG.

who are these bodies you're talking about? are you afraid to claim your identity and make an opinionated statement for yourself?

why do you cower? what are you afraid of?

you're completely pathetic.

the kernel holes created by the bug ARE NOT FIXED... SYSTEMS ADMINS STILL NEED TO APPLY THE FIX MADE AVAILABLE.

Comment Re:you can't legislate intelligent decision making (Score 0) 439 439

"much faster Internet" is NOT an additional feature to cable TV subscribers, who are solely burdened with storing and powering the device lest their service be rendered as a black screen.

TUNING ADAPTERS ARE A PURE PLAY AGAINST PIRACY AT THE EXPENSE OF SUBSCRIBERS.

Comment Re:you can't legislate intelligent decision making (Score 0) 439 439

you can't REuse bandwidth. you're an idiot.

providing value to the cable company is not my concern or responsibility. tuning adapters are unnecessary to make the service function.

TUNING ADAPTERS ARE A PURE PLAY AGAINST PIRACY AT THE EXPENSE OF SUBSCRIBERS.

Comment Re:you can't legislate intelligent decision making (Score 0) 439 439

tuning adapters provide no additional feature to the subscriber of cable television... in fact, they add a liability, potentially rendering the paid service as a black screen.

TUNING ADAPTERS ARE A PURE PLAY AGAINST PIRACY AT THE EXPENSE OF SUBSCRIBERS.

I have yet to see any problem, however complicated, which, when you looked at it in the right way, did not become still more complicated. -- Poul Anderson

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